Victims: Brian and Joanne Kermond

STT would like you to meet Brian and Joanne Kermond who live near Pacific Hydro’s Cape Bridgewater turbines in Victoria. Although Brian was involved in the construction of the turbines, he became very ill when the rotors began turning with a sea-sickness-like dizziness. Joanne describes their symptoms – headache, nausea, sleeplessness, irritability, lack of concentration, vertigo. Even their dog became ill (6.09).

You can see and hear other victim impact statements here.

About stopthesethings

We are a group of citizens concerned about the rapid spread of industrial wind power generation installations across Australia.

Comments

  1. Jackie Rovensky says:

    Thank you to all those suffering people who are speaking out and showing us and hopefully, if they bother to watch this video, those politicians and supporters of this evil industry just what they are doing to citizens of this country. It goes against all things a government is mean to do to prevent harm to its citizens.

  2. Andreas Marciniak says:

    Hi Brian and Joanne, sorry to here what these Turbines are doing to you, I know what your are up against, we have been fighting for over 2 years, the only thing I can tell you,is that things will NOT get better and you will NOT get used to it, we had to get out, just walk away from it, there are people in the world that have been Fighting for over 20 years, I do hope you will find a way to get away from these Monster Turbines, so much for Green , Cheap, power, and there leis that they have NO Effects on Health, just Lies lies .

  3. It is an absloute discrase that our Goverments state & fedral alough this shit noise to go on destroying peoples lives. After that so called premier of VIC who opened those industrial wind turbines friday should be ashamed of himself. The best thing the coalision can do in VIC is throw him to sharks in Bass Strait. He is a trator to his state.

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  1. […] — people like Mary Morris of South Australia; Dr Andja Mitric Andjic in Victoria; Sonia Trist, Joanne Kermond and Melissa Ware at Cape Bridgewater; Colleen Watts in New South Wales; and, of course, the […]

  2. […] With appreciation to Stop These Things! […]

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